Four USC Women's Volleyball Players Earn Pac-12 Honor Roll Notice
May 20, 2021
USC women’s volleyball senior middle blocker Candice Denny (Saratoga,
Calif./Archbishop Mitty HS), sophomore libero Keila Barra (Pasadena, Calif./
San Marino HS), sophomore outside hitter Kalen Owes (Phoenix, Ariz./Desert
Vista HS), and sophomore opposite hitter Emilia Weske (Potsdam, Germany/
Leibniz Gymnasium) were each named to the Pac-12 Conference 2020-21 Fall
and Winter Academic Honor Rolls on Wednesday, May 19.
The 2020-21 Fall Academic Honor Roll included 725 student-athletes who
participated in the sports of football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s
and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball, with each of these sports aside
from football competing in the winter and spring of 2021. The 2020-21 Winter
Academic Honor Roll included 354 student-athletes who participated in men’s
and women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s swimming
and diving, and wrestling.
Under first-year head coach Brad Keller, USC (7-8, 7-8 Pac-12) concluded
the season with four straight wins (at UCLA, at Arizona, vs. Colorado twice) and
was competitive in each of its five-set losses to the league’s top teams. The
Trojans had seven matches cancelled for various reasons including COVID-19
protocols, which was second only to Stanford’s total of 12 cancelled contests.
For more information on the USC women’s volleyball team and a complete
schedule and results, please visit USCTrojans.com/WVB. Fans of the Women
of Troy can follow @USCWomensVolley on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.